03-11-2011 09:12 PM
- George PonderEditorSlacker Radio is a popular radio service that has done really well on the Windows Mobile platform and all indications are that success is carrying over to Windows Phone 7 (our review will be up shortly).
To help celebrate the launch of Windows Phone 7, Slacker Radio and WPCentral are going to giveaway six, three-month subscriptions to Slacker. All you've got to do is let us know, in this discussion, what you would like to see Microsoft include in the first Windows Phone 7 update.
We'll let this conversation run through 7:00pm CST on Thursday, November 18, 2010. We'll then randomly select six posts as winners. You do have to be a registered member and that simple process can be found here.11-13-2010 09:17 AM
- Maybe not so much as what is included in the first update, but what I would really like to see MS give is a "1 to 2 year free subscription" for all WP7 Operating System (OS) over-the-air updates, as the new OS improves and matures. That would provide a big confidence boost for early adopters!
Last edited by O.a.T.; 11-13-2010 at 11:28 AM.11-13-2010 11:22 AM
- however here are a couple things they should work on to
3-Turn by Turn Voice Navigation through Bing (with that being said, you can play music while driving for 20 miles and when its time to make a turn music pauses automatically for directions to be given then music resumes)11-13-2010 01:36 PM
- Well for a start I would like basic functions such as
* Ring-tone customization
* Flash Support
* Integrated Social Sites aside from Facebook (Ex.-Twitter-MySpace-Etc.)
* Perhaps the ability to change the background behind the tiles
* Bug Fixes( Market-Place & Apps Crash sending you back to the start screen)
* Live Tile Updates
* MULTI-TASK SUPPORT
Apps able to run in the backgroud with push support
(last but not least- Windows Live Messenger Integration by Microsoft not a 3rd party, as the only messenger app available is not suitable or stable for the WP711-13-2010 01:41 PM
- Im coming from Windows Mobile 6.1 and never went to Android or iPhone because they didnt allow the level of control Windows Mobile did. I understand that too much was bad but I think we swing a little bit too much towards the Apple approach. Id like to see a return of some of the excellent features Windows Mobile had while keeping the excellent interface and ease of use of WP7.
The obvious and often mentioned items like:
1) Multi tasking
2) Cut and Past
3) True turn by turn navigation from Bing.
4) Flash Support
The ones I dont see quite mentioned enough:
1) Task Sync with outlook/exchange WM6 had a an excellent sync client with exchange not we have lost not only tasks but not all the fields that were in contacts are available.
2) Lets make the could sync with live something really useful. Right now its a mess. OneNote will sync with your skydrive but word and excel documents wont. Come on guys which brilliant mind had that idea. The only sync with word and excel is with sharepoint servers which most users dont have access to for personal use. Why cant everything just sync with our skydrive. I mean everything not just oneNotes and pictures. Why not my favorites in IE, word docs, pdf docs, excel docs, other documents that I just want to store there.
3) What happen to being able to beam over a contact to another phone via Bluetooth? I couldnt find this ability Im assuming its not there.
4) Allow notifications (toast notifications) to be sticky or somehow reviewed if they occur while you are not able to look at the phone.
5) Ability to select all items in a list and then uncheck those we dont want for mass delete or other similar actions in the native mail and SMS applications.
6) When a selection of one or more words is made anywhere in the OS and the search button is pressed it should automatically use the selected text for the search. Im assuming this will be easier once copy and past works.
7) When snoozing an alarm or meeting notice would be nice to have more options than a default 5 min. snooze.
8) Allow onenote to create more than one personal web file on the skydrive.
I guess I should leave some stuff for the second update.
Hope someone in Microsoft is reading this.
Rocky11-13-2010 02:16 PM
- 1) Cut/paste
2) Ability to sync multiple calendars on Windows Live
3) Automatic sync of OneNote books (right now one has to open new ones through the browser first)
4) Custom ringtones
5) Random bugs, such as crashing apps.
6) Better Facebook integration (I'd like to have notifications for friend requests and invites, although I'm pretty sure this is more on FB's end of things)11-13-2010 02:26 PM
- i know multi tasking and copy and past are coming. but what i also want us for the skydrive to be good for syncing everything. and for the internet explorer to be like what theyre doing for the desktop IE9,support for front facing cameras and allow software to access them for video chats. heres a big one, public transportation and pedestrian directions in the maps program (google maps on WM already has this).11-13-2010 06:27 PM
- If its going to be a small, iterative update, I'd like to see:
-Slow app launching fixed
-Copy/Paste (I consider this to be a pretty small thing, but it is useful)
If its going to be big, then get me some MULTITASKING. And that's it.11-13-2010 11:59 PM
- I would like to see:
copy & paste (heard it's coming soon though - but wanted to include)
ability to add custom ringtones
some new colors or patterns to use on main tiles & maybe option to make make certain tiles certain colors (not all same color)
weekly view on Calendar
fix on the microSD issues
Thanks!! Loving it so far though!!11-14-2010 04:08 AM
- Is wp7 going to breathe new life in this forum?!?!? :rolleyes:
Where are the podcasts here lately? There's lots of news to talk about!!! :)
1. More multitasking
2. Flash support
3. TCPMP type player or update zune to allow .avi file watching
4. bing navigation
5. psx emulator
6. mp3 trimmer and allowance to use own ringtones
7. MORE live tiles, esp. twitter
8. espn scoreboard app
9. Flash support
10. Multitasking11-14-2010 05:09 AM
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